Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials 2016

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 23. Dezember 2016
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  • XXVII, 808 Seiten
 
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Characterization is an important and fundamental step in material research before and after processing. This bookfocuses on the characterization of minerals, metals, and materials as well as the application of characterization results on the processing of these materials. It is a highly authoritative collection of articles written by experts from around the world. The articles center on materials characterization, extraction, processing, corrosion, welding, solidification, and method development. In addition, articles focus on clays, ceramics, composites, ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals, minerals, electronic, magnetic, environmental, advanced and soft materials. This book will serve the dual purpose of furnishing a broad introduction of the field to novices while simultaneously serving to keep subject matter experts up-to-date.
1st ed. 2016
  • Englisch
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 29,94 MB
978-3-319-48210-1 (9783319482101)
10.1007/978-3-319-48210-1
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The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) is a member-driven international professional society dedicated to fostering the exchange of learning and ideas across the entire range of materials science and engineering, from minerals processing and primary metals production, to basic research and the advanced applications of materials. Included among its nearly 13,000 professional and student members are metallurgical and materials engineers, scientists, researchers, educators, and administrators from more than 70 countries on six continents. For more information on TMS, visit www.tms.org.
1 - Cover [Seite 1]
2 - Title Page [Seite 4]
3 - Copyright Page [Seite 5]
4 - Preface [Seite 18]
5 - Editors [Seite 20]
6 - Session Chairs [Seite 27]
7 - Table of Contents [Seite 6]
8 - Non-Ferrous [Seite 28]
8.1 - Effect of Microstructural Anisotropy on the Dynamic Mechanical Behaviour of Rolled Ti-6Al-4V [Seite 29]
8.2 - Microstructure Evolution during Thermal Aging of Inconel 718 [Seite 37]
8.3 - Microstructure Characterization of Nickel Alloy 718 with Automated Optical Image Processing [Seite 45]
8.4 - An Empirical Equation to Predict the Porosity of Titanium Foams [Seite 52]
8.5 - Microstructure of Metal Injection Molded MIM418 Using Master Alloy Technique [Seite 60]
9 - Method Development [Seite 67]
9.1 - Effect of Poisson's Ratio on Stress/Strain Concentration at Circular Holes in Elastic Plates Subjected to Biaxial Loading - Three Dimensional Finite Element Analysis [Seite 68]
9.2 - Methodology for Determining Spall Damage Mode Preference in Shocked FCC Polycrystalline Metals from 3D X-Ray Tomography Data [Seite 79]
10 - Minerals [Seite 87]
10.1 - Mineralogical Analysis of Nickel/Copper Polymetallic Sulfide Ore by X-Ray Diffraction Using Rietveld Method [Seite 88]
10.2 - Study on Coal Minerals Phase Transformations Under Different Coking Conditions [Seite 96]
10.3 - Electrical Effect and Influence Factors of Tourmaline [Seite 104]
10.4 - Wettability of Pyrolytic Graphite by Molten Blast Furnace Slag Bearing TiO? [Seite 112]
10.5 - Removing Silica and Alumina from Limonite Using Wet High Gradient Magnetic Separator [Seite 120]
10.6 - Evaluation of White Bentonite Modified by Acid Attack [Seite 128]
11 - Processing and Corrosion [Seite 136]
11.1 - Characterization of Iron Oxide Scale Formed in Naphthenic Acid Corrosion [Seite 137]
11.2 - Effect of Cold Work on the Corrosion Resistance of an Austenitic Stainless Steel [Seite 146]
11.3 - Pyrolysis of Active Fraction of Humic Substances-Based Binder for Iron Ore Pelletizing [Seite 153]
11.4 - Ferronickel Preparation from Nickeliferous Laterite by Rotary Kiln-Electric Furnace Process [Seite 161]
11.5 - Characterization of Copper-Manganese-Aluminum-Magnesium Mixed Oxyhydroxide and Oxide Catalysts for Redox Reactions [Seite 169]
12 - Ferrous [Seite 177]
12.1 - Discussion on Coking Wastewater Treatment and Control Measures in Iron and Steel Enterprises [Seite 178]
12.2 - Effect of MgO and Basicity on Microstructure and Metallurgical Properties of Iron Ore Sinter [Seite 183]
12.3 - Material Characterization of Power Plant Steel in the Virgin and Artificially-Aged Conditions [Seite 191]
12.4 - Site-Specific Studies on the Interfacial Structures of Galvanized Dual Phase Steels [Seite 199]
12.5 - Metallurgy and Creep Behavior of Type 310S Stainless Steel at High Temperature in Different Atmospheres and Loading Conditions [Seite 209]
12.6 - Characterization of Humic Acid Modified Bentonite Binder for Iron Ore Pelletization [Seite 217]
12.7 - Optimization of Material Properties of High Strength Multiphase Steels via Microstructure and Phase Transformation Adjustment [Seite 225]
13 - Clays & Ceramics [Seite 233]
13.1 - Formulation of Ceramic Body to Produce Roofing Tiles Using Winkler Diagram [Seite 234]
13.2 - FTIR Spectroscopy of Some Brazilian Clays [Seite 241]
13.3 - Preparation and Characterization of Microcapsules from PBSL/VMF2 Nanocomposite [Seite 249]
13.4 - Thermal Properties of Polypropylene Nanocomposites with Organoclay and Discarded Bond Paper [Seite 254]
13.5 - Incorporation of Waste Ceramic Blocks in Structural Ceramics [Seite 262]
13.6 - Solidification of Dredged Sludge by Hydraulic Ash-Slag Cementitious Materials [Seite 267]
13.7 - Synthesis and Characteristics of Anorthite Ceramics from Steelmaking Slag [Seite 274]
14 - Composites [Seite 281]
14.1 - Tensile Strength Tests in Epoxy Composites with High Incorporation of Malva Fibers [Seite 282]
14.2 - Microstructural Characteristics of Reaction-Bonded Microstructural Characteristics of Reaction-Bonded B?C/SiC Composite [Seite 287]
14.3 - Analysis of Methanol Sensitivity on SnO?-ZnO Nanocomposite [Seite 295]
15 - Extraction [Seite 300]
15.1 - Experimental Study on Quality Evaluation of Calcium-Based Agents for Desulfurization of Sinter Gas on SDA [Seite 301]
15.2 - Kinetic Studies for the Absorption of Organic Matter from Purified Solution of Zinc by Coconut Shell Activated Carbon [Seite 308]
15.3 - Recovery of Palladium from Spent Pd/Al?O? Catalyst by Hydrochloric Acid Leaching [Seite 316]
15.4 - Prevention of Airborne Dust from Petroleum Coke Stockpiles [Seite 324]
15.5 - Ligand Selection Model for Leaching of Low Grade Zinc Oxide Ores [Seite 331]
15.6 - Studies on Leaching of Oxidized Copper Ore from South America [Seite 340]
15.7 - Effect of Ferric Ions on Bioleaching of Pentlandite Concentrate [Seite 348]
15.8 - Characterization and Stoichiometry of the Cyanidation Reaction in NaOH of Argentian Waste Tailings of Pachuca, Hidalgo, México [Seite 357]
16 - Soft Materials [Seite 365]
16.1 - Tensile Strength of Polyester Composites Reinforced with Thinner Ramie Fibers [Seite 366]
16.2 - Charpy Impact Tests of Polyester Composites Reinforced with PALF Fibers [Seite 372]
16.3 - Dynamic-Mechanical Characterization of Polyester Matrix Composites Reinforced with Eucalyptus Fibers [Seite 378]
16.4 - Flexural Mechanical Characterization of Polyester Composites Reinforced with Ramie Fibers [Seite 385]
16.5 - Tensile Strength of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Fique Fibers [Seite 391]
16.6 - Thermal Analysis of Curaua Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Matrix Composites [Seite 397]
16.7 - Characterization of Thermal Behavior of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Curaua Fibers by Differential Scanning Calorimetry [Seite 403]
16.8 - Comparative Study of the Effects of Cellulose Nanowhiskers and Microcrystalline Cellulose Addition as Reinforcement in Flexible Films Based on Biopolymer Blends [Seite 408]
16.9 - Flexural Test in Epoxy Matrix Composites Reinforced with Hemp Fiber [Seite 416]
17 - Electronic, Magnetic, Environmental, and Advanced Materials [Seite 423]
17.1 - The Influence of Heat Treatment on the Optical Parameters of Spray-Deposited CdS:In Thin Films [Seite 424]
17.2 - Determination of the Stability Constants of Mixed-Ligand Coordination Compounds in the Zn(II)-Nitrilotriacetic Acid-Ammonia System [Seite 432]
17.3 - Resonanaces of Microwave Power Absorption in Alumina and Silicon Carbide [Seite 440]
17.4 - Physical and Chemical Properties of MSWI Fly Ash [Seite 447]
18 - Welding and Solidification [Seite 456]
18.1 - Influence of Al and C on Mechanical Properties of Sub-Rapidly Solidified Fe-20Mn-xAl-yC Low-Density Steels [Seite 457]
18.2 - Dynamic Deep Etching and Particle Extraction for High-Strength Aluminum Alloys [Seite 463]
18.3 - Optimization of TiNp/Ti Content for Si?N?/42CrMo Joints Brazed with Ag-Cu-Ti+TiNp Composite Filler [Seite 469]
19 - Poster Session [Seite 477]
19.1 - Tribological Testing, Analysis and Characterization of D.C. Magnetron Sputtered Ti-Nb-N Thin Film Coatings on Stainless Steel [Seite 478]
19.2 - Assimilation Reaction Characteristic Number for Evaluating the Assimilation of Iron Ore in Sintering [Seite 486]
19.3 - Experimental Study of Advanced Treatment of Coking Wastewater Using MBR-RO Combined Process [Seite 494]
19.4 - Small Punch Creep Test in a 316 Austenitic Stainless Steel [Seite 500]
19.5 - Effect of Phase Transformations on Hardness in Zn-Al-Cu Alloys [Seite 508]
19.6 - Recovery of Palladium and Aluminum from Spent Catalysts by Roasting-Leaching [Seite 515]
19.7 - Preparation of Polymeric Phosphate Ferric Sulfate Flocculant and Application on Coking Wastewater Treatment [Seite 523]
19.8 - Characterization of Incorporation the Glass Waste in Adhesive Mortar [Seite 531]
19.9 - Characterization of a Mineral of the District of Zimapan, Mina Concordia, Hidalgo, for the Viability of the Recovery of Tungsten [Seite 538]
19.10 - Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of K418 Using Master Alloy Technique and Mechanical Alloy [Seite 546]
19.11 - Passive Films Formed on Stainless Steels in Phosphate Buffer Solution [Seite 553]
19.12 - Effect of the Paper Industry Residue on Properties in the Fresh Mortar [Seite 561]
19.13 - Brillouin Scattering Spectroscopy on Mg-Nd Alloy in Different Aging Time [Seite 567]
19.14 - The Characterization of the Desulfurization Powder in the Semi-Dry De-SO? Process of the Sintering Plant Exhaust Gas and Its Interaction with the Soil Particles [Seite 575]
19.15 - Direct Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes at Low Temperature by the Reaction of CCl? and Ferrocene [Seite 583]
19.16 - Effect of Magnesium Aluminate Spinel Content on Properties of BN Based Composites [Seite 589]
19.17 - Silver Cementation with Zinc from Residual X Ray Fixer, Experimental and Thermochemical Study [Seite 595]
19.18 - Characterization of Waste Molding Sands, for Their Possible Use as Building Material [Seite 604]
19.19 - Improvement of Mechanical Properties in Natural Rubber with Organic Fillers [Seite 611]
19.20 - Speciation and Characterization of E-Waste, Using Analytical Techniques [Seite 616]
19.21 - Development of Bio-Based Foams Prepared from PBAT/PLA Reinforced with Bio-Calcium Carbonate Compatibilized by Electron-Beam Radiation [Seite 624]
19.22 - Microstructure Analysis of Buildups Embedded in Carbon Sleeve in Continuous Annealing Furnace for Non-Oriented Silicon Steel [Seite 632]
19.23 - Properties of Clay for Ceramics with Rock Waste for Production Structural Block by Pressing and Firing [Seite 639]
19.24 - Properties of Mortars with Partial and Total Replacement of Conventional Aggregate by Waste Construction [Seite 646]
19.25 - Effects of Graphene Oxide Addition on Mechanical and Thermal Properties of EVOH Films [Seite 652]
19.26 - Evaluation of Physico-Chemical Properties When Adding Boiler Ashes to Mortar [Seite 660]
19.27 - Significance of Graphitic Surfaces in Aurodicyanide Adsorption by Activated Carbon: Experimental and Computational Approach [Seite 667]
19.28 - Clinker Production from Wastes of Cellulose and Granite Industries [Seite 675]
19.29 - Effects of Carbon Black Incorporation on Morphological, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Biodegradable Films [Seite 681]
19.30 - Influence of Inoculation on Structure of Chromium Cast Iron [Seite 689]
19.31 - Characterization of Irradiated and Non-Irradiated Rubber from Automotive Scrap Tires [Seite 697]
19.32 - Properties of Ceramic Pigment Zn?.?Cu?.?Cr?O? Synthesized by Solution Combustion Method [Seite 705]
19.33 - Evaluation of Environmental Aging of Polypropylene Irradiated Versus Pristine [Seite 712]
19.34 - Interface Reaction between Y?O? Doped BaZrO? and TiNi Melt [Seite 720]
19.35 - Hydration Resistance of Y?O? Doped CaO and Its Application to Melting Titanium Alloys [Seite 728]
19.36 - Shear Displacement and Actual Strain during Chip Segmentation when Cutting Aerospace Alloy Ti-5553 [Seite 736]
19.37 - Surface Behavior of Iron Sulfide Ore during Grinding with Alumina Media [Seite 744]
19.38 - Zinc Chloride Influence on the Resins Furan Polymerization to Foundry Moulds [Seite 753]
19.39 - Characterization of Gamma-Alumina Obtained from Aged Pseudoboehmites [Seite 761]
19.40 - Microstructure, Mechanical and Oxidation Behavior of Niobium Modified 9% Chromium Steel [Seite 768]
20 - Author Index [Seite 777]
21 - Subject Index [Seite 783]

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